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Military aircraft have always been a passion of mine ever since I saw a Harrier bowing to the crowd at RAF Duxford, as a child, and this air show is going to be full of plenty of aircraft certain to keep the passion going.  This year is a particularly special year thanks to the Royal New Zealand Airforce being joined by the Royal Australian Airforce, the French Airforce and for the first time the United States Airforce.  I’m looking forward to snapping the Kiwi Blue skydivers performing too, as well as The Black Falcons, RNZAF’s new display team.

Watch this space to see and read about this year’s show. I’m certain that this is going to be one southern hemisphere commission that I won’t forget!

– Gary White



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